Lux Morpheme is an installation by light sculptor Orest Tataryn that uses black light to bring out colour. Two of his mouth-blown black light neon tubes pulse light every few seconds, leaving colours through the absence of light. These desertscapes are set against a backdrop that has coin-sized miniature light landscapes (above) that work almost as cameos that blaze colourfully, thanks to the black light effect. Another piece in the installation that is presently exhibited in MADE Design's cooler in Toronto is a fibre optic table lamp. The coloured light forms planes that create a proxy lamp within the boundaries of the casing.